Film Oxford has been chosen as one of just 24 centres throughout England to deliver this exciting new Academy training for young people who want to work in film. Working closely with the BFI and their strategic partners, BAFTA, Creative Skillset and Pinewood studios, Film Oxford will deliver a unique programme of high quality training to 18 young people living in Oxfordshire and bordering counties.
The Film Academy will take place over 8 days in February and will include screenings, film production as well as visits to a leading film school and Pinewood Studios.
You’ll get the opportunity to roll up your sleeves and get stuck into production, developing skills in scripting, camera work, sound recording and editing. You’ll be rubbing shoulders with some of the industry’s leading new talent as they inform and engage you about their work, as well as gaining insight from established industry practitioners. In addition there will be cinema screenings to develop an increased understanding of the history, theory and criticism of British and World Cinema.
After completing the training, the participants will be put forward for a nationally recognised Arts Award.
If you have a passion for film, whether it’s viewing, making or eager to know more about the industry and are aged 16 – 19 follow link below.
The course will be run in Oxford on Saturdays throughout February 2013, with an intensive week during the school half term. It is important that you are available to attend all of the programme days.
The dates for the BFI Film Academy at Film Oxford are:
Saturdays – February 2nd, 9th, 23rd
Monday to Friday – February 11th to 15th.
Bursaries are available for families or individuals on low income.
Bursaries are also available for travel.
Closing dates for applications 15th January 2013.
Successful candidates will be informed by 22nd January 2013
If you require further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The programme is being supported by the Department for Education in England